Ching Wai

Graduated from the Hong Kong Academy for Performing Arts (majoring in Chinese Opera). She is trained in both Southern and Northern styles of Chinese martial arts. She was apprenticed to celebrated masters, such as Lau Shun, Law Ka-ying and Hui Kin-seun. 

  • Which of your undertakings are you most proud of thus far?
    After graduating from HKAPA, I was selected to play Chow Po-lun in the Youth Edition of Princess Changping. It was a production commemorating the 50th anniversary of the debut of the original Princess Changping.
  • What is your quest in art?
    My aspiration is to preserve and promote this unique art form. I hope that even in an era of impatience and instant gratification, people would still engage with this classical art form and appreciate its beauty.
  • Please share an interesting anecdote or an unforgettable moment on stage.
    Our graduation production was scripted and directed by our teacher. Unfortunately, Mr. Hui passed away during the rehearsal process. We had to contain our grief and could only channel our emotions into the performance. Whenever I passed through the theater wings, I could still feel a deep veneration for him. It’s like opening an emotional floodgate

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